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Feature films, shorts , silent films and trailers are available for viewing and downloading. Enjoy! View a list of all the Feature Films sorted by popularity . Do you want to post a feature film? First, figure out if it's in the Public Domain. Read this FAQ about determining if something is PD. If you're still not sure, post a question to the forum below with as much information about the movie as possible. One of our users might have relevant information.
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Feature Films
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Bruceploitation
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These are Excellent videos for those who would like to know more about rifle shooting. They are great for both the beginner and the expert who needs a refresher. The series focuses on the M1 garand, but the techniques can be applied to any rifle. part one covers sling usage and shooting positions. Part 2 covers sight adjustments and also has one of the BEST explanations of windage adjustments EVER. The film was made in 1942/43 for the war department and is now in the public domain, so it can be...
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Topic: rifle marksmanship garand US Army War Department
Computer Chronicles
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On location coverage of the annual PC Expo trade show in New York. Featured guests include Stewart Alsop, Larry Magid, Tim Bajarin, and Phillipe Kahn. Originally broadcast in 1994.
Topics: pc expo, trade show, new york
Computer Chronicles
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In the early 1990's the computer industry settled on a CD-ROM standard and that fanned the growth of CD-ROMs as a storage medium. This program looks at several early CD-ROM applications including The Bureau of Electronic Publishing's U.S. History, Compton's Multimedia Encyclopedia, Warner New Media's String Quartet, the Computer Libray, Magazine Rack, the Health Reference Center, Semaphore's Zip4, and Mixed Up Mother Goose. Originally broadcast in 1991. Copyright 1991 Stewart Cheifet...
Topics: CD-ROM, optical storage, multimedia
Computer Chronicles
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A look at the first generation of Pentium based personal computers. Included are demonstrations of new Pentium PCs from Gateway, Compaq, and ALR (Advanced Logic Research). Also a visit to Intel Labs to see how Pentium chips are made and a visit to PC Week Labs to see their evaluation process for new Pentium PCs. Guests include Ken Lowe of Dataquest and Jim Louderback of PC Week. Originally broadcast in 1993. Copyright 1993 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Computer Chronicles
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After disasters like IBM's PC Jr and the failure of PC companies like Texas Instruments and Atari, the future of home personal computers didn't look so good. But in 1990 a new generation of home PCs brought the business back. This program looks at the products that led to this rebirth, including the IBM PS/1, the Tandy 1000, the Magnavox Headstart, the Macintosh LC and the Mac Classic. Also includes coverage of the Commodore 64 and analysis from Dataquest. Originally broadcast in 1990....
Topics: apple, mac, macintosh, tandy, ibm, TI, Philips, magnavox, atari, commodore
Computer Chronicles
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It wasn't quite the World Wide Web yet, but everybody started hearing about this thing called "the Internet" in 1993. It was being called the Information Superhighway then. This program looks at the earliest stages of the Internet including Aladdin Systems SITComm, a Macintosh communications program for Internet access, and the WELL (Whole Earth Lectronic Link), an early online community. Also featured is a visit to the former Bell Labs in New Jersey (now Bellcore) for demonstrations...
OpenSecurityTraining.info
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More information about this class material is available at OpenSecurityTraining.info Intel processors have been a major force in personal computing for more than 20 years. An understanding of low level computing mechanisms used in Intel chips as taught in this course serves as a foundation upon which to better understand other hardware, as well as many technical specialties such as reverse engineering, compiler design, operating system design, code optimization, and vulnerability exploitation....
Topics: Intel, x86, Intel x86, IA32, training, education, multi-day-class, multi-day-training, classes,...
Computer Chronicles
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In the early days of PCs, you had to know how to open up the box and add the functionality you really wanted when you bought the computer. This program looks at some of the upgrade options including AST's Rampage 286 board, Paradise Systems' VGA Plus Graphics card, IBM's Inboard/386, and Quadram's JT Fax board, and the TV Producer board for the Macintosh II. Originally broadcast in 1988. Copyright 1988 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topics: Episode Year: 1988, Television Programs, Computers: History, graphics cards, fax cards, add-on...
Computer Chronicles
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Security issues related to the world's increasing dependence on information containted in computer networks. Guests: Gary Kildall, Digital Research; Donn Parker, SRI International; Jim Holmes, Tri-Data Corporation Products/Demos: Digi-Link, Add & Answer Verification. Originally broadcast in 1984. Copyright 1984 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: 1984, donn parker, sri
Computer Chronicles
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Today we take for granted the fact that we can watch video on our computers, but in the early 1990s, that was a big innovation. This program looks at early examples of desktop video on the Amiga, the Mac, and the IBM PC. Demonstrations include the Amiga 2500, the Amiga video authoring system, the Pionner LaserDisk player, MacroMind's Director 2.0 for the Mac IIx, the Avid/1 Media Composer, the DVA-4000 video controller from VideoLogic, and the use of desktop video at the NASA Ames research...
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Topics: amiga, macromedia, director, avid, videologic, macromind